Alaska August 01, 2018
The Boating Adventure That Will Show You A Side Of Alaska You Didn’t Even Know Existed
If you want to escape to a dreamy part of Alaska, hidden southwest of Anchorage, take a trip to Lake Clark National Park. The centerpiece of Lake Clark National Park is Lake Clark itself, a perfect jumping off point for exploring the area. Tulchina Adventures is fully equipped to get you anywhere you want to go around the lake, with all the gear you need. Head to Port Alsworth where Tulchina Adventures is headquartered to begin the boating adventure you’ll never forget.
Lake Clark National Park
1 Paddlers Way
Port Alsworth, AK 99653
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Tulchina Adventures offers accommodations that are relaxing and affordable, with a variety of water transportation services available for your custom journey in Lake Clark National Park.
Lake Clark is a pristine 45 mile long gateway to the Alaskan wilderness. From the base camp at Port Alsworth, you can head out for a boating adventure on this vast and spellbinding lake.
Local residents, with roots that go back generations, run the boating adventures and tours at Tulchina Adventures. The guides knowledge of the local weather and terrain is invaluable to making sure visitors have a good time.
There are several options to take a boating adventure on Lake Clark. Take a water taxi, rent their motorized boat or rent a kayak to explore the surface of the mesmerizing lake.
Kayaking is the perfect way to wander the glassy lake and commune with nature. You can head out solo or with a group on a guided tour, or just load up and head out on your own.
If you are brave, head out on a multi-day kayak adventure for a vigorous and wild excursion. You can rent every bit of back country gear, or just the things you forgot, from the friendly folks at Tulchina Adventures.
For an affordable option that is still really nice, stay in a tent at the small campground with mosquito-proof tent platforms. Stays includes firewood, potable water, solar shower and bear-proof food storage.
There are also a variety of campsites dotting the shores of Lake Clark that are available for reservation. These upscale campsites are so posh, they deserve to be called "glampsites".
For a classier option, stay at the rustic Tanalian Rental Cabin that lies on 40 private acres of old growth forest at the edge of Port Alsworth. Secluded and complete with running water, washer/dryer and cozy beds.
Visit this gorgeous and distant part of Alaska for a true taste of the wilderness in the unspoiled beauty of Lake Clark National Park. Tulchina Adventures will take you everywhere you want to explore in this surreal locale.
For more information on Lake Clark,
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